Iran condoles PIA plane crash deaths as President Rouhani send message to PM

Iran condoles PIA plane crash deaths as President Rouhani send message to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

President Dr Hassan Rouhani expressed sympathy with the families of the victims and Pakistani nation through the government of Pakistan.

Iran condoles PIA plane crash deaths

Furthermore, he also expressed sorrow and grief over loss of lives in the crash.

Meanwhile, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi also issued a statement of sympathy and condolence.

Iran sympathized with the Pakistani government and people over the deadly air crash in that country.

Mousavi expressed grief over the accident which resulted in killing scores of Pakistani citizens.

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane carrying passengers from Lahore crashed in Karachi on Friday.

The flight PK-8303 had taken off from Lahore to Karachi.

Unfortunately, a technical fault led to crash minutes prior to landing at Jinnah International airport.

According to DG ISPR’s tweet, Pakistan Army also dispatched Pak Army Aviation helicopters for damage assessment and rescue efforts.

They sent Urban Search & Rescue Teams on site for rescue efforts.

The plane crashed in Karachi near the airport.

According to ISPR, Army Quick Reaction Force and Pakistan Rangers Sindh troops have reached the incident site for relief and rescue efforts alongside civil administration.

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Syed Shibli Faraz has said the government is fully focusing on relief and rescue operations in PIA aircraft crash incident.

He said it is a tragic and sad incident before Eid and all prays of Prime Minister Iman Khan and his government are with the passengers, crew members, and their families.

PM stays in contact with the officials concerned and he has ordered probe into the crash.

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